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  • TV-Y7
  • 1987
  • 1 Season
  • 7.0  (3,140)

In the distant future, the planet New Texas is the new frontier, filled with danger and adventure. In this setting, BraveStarr, the titular hero of the show, is a Native American lawman who is tasked with keeping the peace and protecting the people of New Texas. BraveStarr possesses special abilities that allow him to focus his powers, making him one of the most powerful and skilled lawmen in the galaxy.

The show BraveStarr is an animated series that aired from 1987 to 1989. It was produced by Filmation, the company that created several acclaimed animated shows such as He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, She-Ra: Princess of Power, and The Adventures of Batman.

The show uses a combination of western, science fiction, and Native American themes to create a unique and exciting world that is unlike any other in animated television. At the center of the show is BraveStarr, who is voiced by Charlie Adler. Adler delivers a compelling performance, imbuing the character with a stoic and honorable personality that makes him instantly likable.

BraveStarr is not alone in his adventures, as he is assisted by his trusty sidekick, Thirty/Thirty, a half-human, half-horse creature that provides much of the show's comic relief. Thirty/Thirty is voiced by Pat Fraley, who brings a sense of fun and adventure to the character.

The show also features a cast of memorable villains, each with their own unique personality and nefarious plans for New Texas. The most notable among them is Tex Hex, a cowboy-like character who serves as BraveStarr's arch-nemesis. Tex Hex is brilliantly portrayed by Alan Oppenheimer, who gives the character a sinister and menacing personality that makes him one of the most memorable villains in animated television.

The other cast members also deliver terrific performances, each bringing their own unique voice and personality to their respective characters. Ed Gilbert voices the wise old mentor Shaman, who provides guidance to BraveStarr whenever he needs it. Susan Blu voices J.B. McBride, a human marshal who works alongside BraveStarr to keep New Texas safe. Erika Scheimer and Lou Scheimer provide additional voice work for various characters throughout the show.

Throughout the series, BraveStarr and his allies battle against various threats to New Texas, including forces of nature, rogue outlaws, and even extraterrestrial invasions. Each episode is filled with action, adventure, and excitement, making BraveStarr one of the most entertaining and memorable animated shows of its time.

What sets BraveStarr apart from other animated shows of its era is its unique blend of western and science fiction themes, as well as its use of Native American culture and mythology. The show tackles important themes like diversity, tolerance, and the importance of family and community, making it a show that not only entertains but also educates.

Overall, BraveStarr is a must-watch for fans of animated television. With its compelling characters, exciting action sequences, and unique blend of genres, it is an unforgettable experience that will stay with viewers long after the final credits roll.

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An Older Hand
30. An Older Hand
October 28, 1987
Fort Kerium's supply of X-Kerium is threatened when Scuzz takes over Fuzz Uncle Murn's job of High Wizard of the Prairie People.
Unsung Hero
29. Unsung Hero
October 27, 1987
Impressed by BraveStarr's heroics, the son of a pod farmer finds that his own father pales by comparison. A Dingo attack on the farm gives Bravestarr a chance to show the son his father in a new light, and he learns the true meaning of being a hero.
Jeremiah and the Prairie People
28. Jeremiah and the Prairie People
October 26, 1987
Jeremiah, an elder prospector, is saved by Bravestarr from an attack by Sandstorm land crabs. The Prairie People take Jeremiah in, showing the old hermit that people really do care about others.
Wild Child
27. Wild Child
October 23, 1987
BraveStarr, Thirty Thirty and JB venture into the Badlands in search of a wild boy rumored to be living with Dingoes.
The Good, the Bad and the Clumsy
26. The Good, the Bad and the Clumsy
October 22, 1987
Billy the Droid robs the Fort Kerium bank and escapes, due to Fuzz's bumbling. Wanting to make amends, Fuzz goes after Billy, but ends up as a hostage.
The Wrong Hands
25. The Wrong Hands
October 21, 1987
When the war-like Krang comes to New Texas to test the ultimate weapon, Bravestarr must destroy it, aided by a Krang doctor who realizes that so powerful a weapon should not exist.
The Witnesses
24. The Witnesses
October 20, 1987
BraveStarr is given custody of two small alien stowaways who turn out to be on the run from Slug Moddy, an escaped convict. As Bravestarr fends off Moody, the aliens learn a lesson in dealing with bullies.
The Vigilantes
23. The Vigilantes
October 16, 1987
Borka incites some townspeople to take the law in their own hands and round up Tex Hex. Tex fools the vigilantes into meeting him in the desert and attacks Fort Kerium while the town is left undefended.
Who Am I?
22. Who Am I?
October 15, 1987
Vipra uses a powerful spell to give Bravestarr amnesia and take over Fort Kerium. Bravestarr must reach deep inside himself to recover his memory and save the town.
Scuzz and Fuzz
21. Scuzz and Fuzz
October 13, 1987
An accidental blast of Kerium binds Fuzz's and Scuszz's arms together, forcing them to work together as Bravestarr tries to prevent the entire Prairie People colony from being blown to bits.
To Walk a Mile
20. To Walk a Mile
October 8, 1987
Lucas Conway's reluctance to use his gun seems like cowardice to his son Mark. When Mark is captured, by the villian Twoface, Lucas and Bravestarr must storm his fortress for a rescue.
Thoren the Slavemaster
19. Thoren the Slavemaster
October 8, 1987
Thoren, an alien slaver, enlists the aid of Tex Hex to capture the Prairie people. Thoren double crosses Tex and shrinks him, as well as Bravestarr and Thirty Thirty, they must all join forces to defeat Thoren.
Hail, Hail the Gang's All Here
18. Hail, Hail the Gang's All Here
October 7, 1987
A band of Alien space pirates lands on New Texas, and Fort Kerium learns that Handlebar was once a member of their gang.
Sherlock Holmes In the 21st Century, Part 2
17. Sherlock Holmes In the 21st Century, Part 2
October 6, 1987
There's a new sheriff in town and his name is Marshall Bravestarr! He's come to the rough-and-tumble planet of New Texas to bring some law to its anarchy.
Sherlock Holmes In the 21st Century, Part 1
16. Sherlock Holmes In the 21st Century, Part 1
October 3, 1987
There's a new sheriff in town and his name is Marshall Bravestarr! He's come to the rough-and-tumble planet of New Texas to bring some law to its anarchy.
Bravestarr and the Medallion
15. Bravestarr and the Medallion
October 2, 1987
Tex Hex enlists the help of a stranger, Parluke, to infiltrate Starr Peak and extinguish the Shaman's magical fire. Parluke tricks Bravestarr into taking him to Starr Peak by showing him a medallion that is identical to one BraveStarr has.
14. Eyewitness
October 1, 1987
When two alien schoolboys fall under Tex Hex's spell, he uses them in a plan to divert Bravestarr and capture the Shaman.
The Ballad of Sara Jane
13. The Ballad of Sara Jane
September 30, 1987
Gurmee, a Fuufta child, finds Sara Jane and uses the weapon to impress the children in town. He sets off a turbo booster in the weapon, and Bravestarr and Thirty-Thirty must find him before the device explodes.
Nomad is an Island
12. Nomad is an Island
September 28, 1987
Queen Singlish orders her minions, Whimper and Grovel, to capture slaves and a horse (Prairie People and Thirty Thirty) and bring them to her floating island. Bravestarr, with Whimper and Grovel's help, frees his friends and sends the island on its way.
Eye of the Beholder
11. Eye of the Beholder
September 28, 1987
A rare view of Tex Hex's soft side is seen when he tries to steal a shipment of Kerium from Alli Kingsington, a blind girl who reminds him of his past love.
BraveStarr and the Law
10. BraveStarr and the Law
September 25, 1987
When JB's court orders BraveStarr to evict the Shaman from Starr Peak, the Marshal turns in his badge and quits.
Showdown at Sawtooth
9. Showdown at Sawtooth
September 24, 1987
Out Numbered in a "Hight Noon" showdown with Tex and his gang, BraveStarr's gallant stand gives the cowardly townspeople the courage to defend themselves.
No Drums, No Trumpets
8. No Drums, No Trumpets
September 23, 1987
Michella Rivera regards her father Paco as a coward, because he refuses to fight. When Michelle is captured by Sandstorm, BraveStarr helps Paco learn that sometimes you have to fight.
The Making of Thistledown 123
7. The Making of Thistledown 123
September 22, 1987
An ambassador from the Galactic Council comes to New Texas on a slow day and decides that BraveStarr is unnecessary on such a peaceful planet. Tex Hex attacks a Kerium Freighter proving quiet days on the planet are because of BraveStarr.
Kerium Fever
6. Kerium Fever
September 21, 1987
The Kerium lode seems to have run out for the miners in New Texas, but the Prairie People have plenty. Tex Hex comes up with a plan to fool the miners into attacking the Prairie people in hopes of getting all the Kerium for himself.
Brothers Keeper
5. Brothers Keeper
September 18, 1987
A rash of stratocoach robberies become life threatening when a serum marked for a dying man is stolen by two brothers. The older brother turns against his evil younger brother and assists BraveStarr in returning the stolen serum.
Space Zoo
4. Space Zoo
September 17, 1987
Fuzz is sucked into a black hole and winds up in a zoo cage on an alien spaceship. BraveStarr rescues Fuzz and other zoo creatures from Brankor, who has collected the creatures to keep him company.
Strength of the Bear
3. Strength of the Bear
September 16, 1987
BraveStarr has lost his powers, and Shaman sends him to the wilderness to prove his courage and intelligence without weapons or tools.
Night of the Broncotank
2. Night of the Broncotank
September 15, 1987
Stampede, fed up with Tex Hex's failures, creates a Broncotank, a mountainous cross between a Brontosaur and a tank, to rid New Texas of the food people who have come to live there
New Texas Blues
1. New Texas Blues
September 14, 1987
A music competition is held on New Texas, and Tex Hex persuades a rocker to use the Black Widow, a special instrument that wreaks havoc when played.
  • Premiere Date
    September 14, 1987
  • IMDB Rating
    7.0  (3,140)